The Hawkeye women held on in a wild, back-and-forth shootout with Iowa State.
The Tom Dolan Invite kicked off with three National Age Group records.
Yannick Agnel went 8:42 in the 100 free, a rarely-performed race for a European.
Francis Haas won the boys 500 free junior national title by splitting his race almost evenly in the final 400 yards. How did the rest of the field split?
Caeleb Dressel experienced some breathing difficulty after his 100 fly this morning and left the meet in an ambulance.
Conor Dwyer focused on his sprint fly and breast this morning at the NBAC Christmas meet.
Felicia Lee was honored as women’s swimmer of the month by the Pac-12 Conference.
Chad Le Clos headlines the South African contingent for the event, which starts January 31, 2014.
Caeleb Dressel runs down Tide of Virginia to give Bolles School the junior national title.
PASA’s Curtis Ogren wins the 200 IM in a new meet record time of 1:45.08, smashing Ryan Murphy’s time from a year ago.
Abby Weitzeil took home the 50 free title after flirting with the 22-second barrier in prelims.
Dressel’s 18.94 in the 50 free is mind-numbing. But is it the greatest yards swim by a high school boy in the past decade?
Ryan Hoffer shaved another hundredth off his NAG record in the 50 free, going 19.54. That’s three tenths faster than superstar Caeleb Dressel was in the 15-16 age bracket.
Paige Ezell is the latest to join a Louisville Cardinals program on the rise.
Thomas McCormick (middle) signs on to swim for home-town West Chester University in 2014.